Bernstein: NBA Offseason Wildly EntertainingWatching the NBA is great, but the off-court reality show leading up to the NBA Draft and free agency is proving to be just as much fun.
Bernstein: Tebow Stunt Not Over YetTim Tebow still plays mediocre baseball in the Mets organization. Will his novelty wear off, or will the stunt carry him up to the majors?
Bernstein: Nothing Easy For DurantKevin Durant has dominated the NBA Finals so far, driving the Golden State Warriors to glory rather than hitching a ride.
Bernstein: Arrieta Loved That BrawlMany MLB players and coaches, like Jake Arrieta and Joe Maddon, see the Bryce Harper-Hunter Strickland fight as acceptable.
Bernstein: NFL Knows Distraction When It Sees ItThe NFL eased its rules on TD dances and shortened overtime, but will probably table talk of a short-term disabled list for concussions.
Bernstein: NCAA Football Staff Size QuestionedHighly paid college football coaches grow their outsized staffs, but what happens if cable TV-contract money dries up?
Bernstein: A Reasonable Solution For Baseball MarathonsThe Cubs-Yankees game Sunday lasted six hours and 18 innings. What should be done about marathon baseball games?
Bernstein: Emerging From The NFL DraftMost NFL Draft predictions, from mock drafts to first-blush grades, are wrong, focusing on possibility, not probability.
Bernstein: Eric Thames And MLB's DiscomfortEric Thames has hit enough home runs after enough time away to again raise the specter of PEDs, and MLB can only blame itself.
Bernstein: Umpires With Microphones Won't Do MuchMLB umpires explaining close calls isn't necessary most of the time, and the appearance of transparency would invite other problems.
Bernstein: MLB's New 'Catch Probability' Stat Is GreatCatch Probability, MLB's new stat, objectively measures the difficulty of outfield catches to highlight great defensive plays.
Bernstein: For Jenkins And Eagles, Action No 'Distraction'Eagles' Jenkins, 2017 NFL Man of the Year, publicly pushes social causes, yet Kaepernick's peaceful silent protests are a 'distraction.'